Beckett Tennis powered to success by Fuel For Sport

Members of Leeds Beckett Tennis cycled from Hull to Liverpool on April 5th and 6th raising nearly £1500 for Cancer Research UK. This totalled 142 miles of cycling over the two days.

Six players from the men's tennis team took on the challenge after completing an intense training programme in the weeks preceding the challenge.

Fuel For Sport was pleased to team up with the Tennis Club and provide high quality, nutritious food for their challenge, as well as the training.

Andrew Atkinson (one of the riders who took on the challenge) said –

 

“The Fuel for Sport meals really helped us throughout our bike ride. They are quick and easy to prepare. The meals are really tasty both hot and cold.

My particular favourite is the Mexican tuna pasta, the wholegrain pasta along with the flavoursome tuna and sauce are a really good combination. They only take 3 minutes in the microwave and if don't need to be kept in the fridge so they are really good for trips. As the meals are high in protein they are good for building back muscles after a tough day out on the bike.”

Fuel For Sport is a new, ready-to-eat food product aimed at active sports people who want a convenient way to eat a nutritionally balanced meal. Fantastic for people who are on the move or short of time, these speedy meals compromise neither taste nor quality.

Our meals have been prepared to endure nutritional scrutiny; they are made with recognised kitchen ingredients, making them a high-quality product with great taste. This is an ambient product with a 12 month shelf life which can be carried readily in your sports bag to wherever you want - you can eat it cold or hot, all you need is access to a microwave. You will not have to worry about the preparation or content, so they're perfect for both amateur and professional sports people who need a good diet around a flexible timetable.

If you or your club are interested in our meals or are taking on a challenge please get in touch and let us know.

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